Mar 11, 2014 5:57 PM by Rob Perillo
In the wake of Tuesday's weak weather system a strong surge of chilly Canadian air will advance into Acadiana Wednesday clearing skies, producing gusty winds and ushering a winter chill to the region.
After morning clouds & some fog, look for skies to clear as N/NW winds increase to 18-28 mph for our Wednesday afternoon.
Winds will diminish late Wednesday night as a winter chill returns with lows by Thursday morning likely in the upper 30s...some mid-30s and patchy frost could be possible across northern-most areas of Acadiana.
Sunny skies and light winds will make for a seasonably cool but gorgeous day Thursday.
Chilly conditions are expected again Friday morning but a return flow from the Gulf will moderate our temperatures back into the mid-upper 60s along with increasing cloud cover by the afternoon.
We will see a return of spring-like temperatures this weekend with highs in the low-mid 70s along with plenty of clouds and the risk of scattered showers as a series of weak disturbances move through the area through Monday.
Next week is shaping up pretty nicely with fair to partly cloudy skies and seasonable temperatures expected.